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will meet the cleveland browns tonight, stephanie, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, savannah, well, the fans pouring into the stadium are relieved. tonight, they get real, full-time nfl referees. now they won't vote on the deal until saturday, but the lockout was lifted today. you can bet every call they make here tonight will be closely watched. there is added excitement in baltimore, america's game desperately needed a good call. late wednesday night, it got one. the tentative deal struck between the owners and the official union and the three-week incident on the football field. tonight, the replacement referees are out, and the regular ones are in. not a moment too soon, say many at the stadium. >> guys, great job, go for it. >> i am sure they are nice people, they tried their best, they're in way over their head. >> reporter: the pressure was on for the nfl commissioner, roger goodell, to get it fixed. they missed an interference call and gave seattle a controversial win over green bay. >> i think it was the fact they kept pushing us, this was the right thing for the game, the
on film. >> reporter: until they followed the brown pelicans to mexico's sea of cortez. for every minute of the show, airing on discovery saturday night, there are ten hours of film that didn't make air. >> i think anything that can fly that is mechanical, manmade, put a camera on it. but we also made miniature cameras birds could carry. >> reporter: four years in the making, they hand raised snow geese and a vulture to fly with cameras for this film. >> how did they keep it on? how did you get them to keep it on? >> we basically developed harnesses and the way it was so carefully positioned, it didn't disturb their flight. >> reporter: he also used spy cameras. hidden in mud or behind faux flamingos. it took more than 100 days of shooting to get this spectacular scene. using human ingenuity to give this long dreamt-of perspective in all its wonder. anne thompson, nbc news, new york. >> spectacular. that's our broadcast on a thursday night. thank you for being here with us and please don't forget "rock center" tonight at 10:00 eastern, 9:00 central. it includes matt lauer's big interview
've never been captured on film. >> until they followed the brown pelicans to mexico's sea of cort cortez. for every minute you see in the show airing on discovery saturday night, there are ten hours of film that didn't make air. >> i think anything that can fly at some point or another, we've put a camera on it. we made miniature cameras birds could carry. >> four years in the making, they hand raised snow geese and a vulture to fly with cameras for this film. how did they keep it on? >> we developed harnesses. they were so carefully positioned, it didn't disturb their flight. >> downer also used spy cameras hidden in mud or behind faux fla ming os. it took more than 100 days to get this spectacular scene. anne thompson, nbc news, new york. >> spectacular. that's our broadcast on a thursday night. thank you for being here with us and please don't forget "rock center" tonight. it includes matt lauer's interview with mark zuckerberg. we hope to see you back here tomorrow evening. good night.
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